There is No Body: A Journey Through The Dark Boroughs Of A Pedophilic Cannibal's Mind, Volume 3

Author(s) : John C. Espy

There is No Body: A Journey Through The Dark Boroughs Of A Pedophilic Cannibal's Mind, Volume 3

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Part Two of the Eat The Evidence trilogy, A Parasite In The Mind, ended with law enforcement delving deeper into Nathan Bar Jonah's tainted past, his heinous crimes against children and discovering how Bar Jonah came to change his name from David Brown. Part Three, There Is No Body, examines Bar Jonah's relationship with pedophile Wayne Chapman, suspected of being complicit in the disappearance of Andy Puglisi and the notorious serial murderer, cannibal and necrophile, Charles Pierce. It looks at psychologists Ober and Sweitzer, in their relentless attempts to free Wayne Chapman from prison. There Is No Body takes the reader into the tension of the courtroom drama of Bar Jonah's trial and its aftermath, and delves deeper into Bar Jonah and Doc Bauman's deeply perverse relationship.

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John C. Espy, PhD, LCSW, has been practicing psychotherapy and psychoanalysis for the past thirty-five years. He was supervised by R.D. Laing for many years and conducted a weekly supervision group with Sheldon Kopp. He has worked extensively in the area of primitive and psychotic personalities and has interviewed more than twenty serial murderers and pedophiles in the United States and Europe as part of his research on the manifestation of malignant projective-identification. His current practice primarily focuses on clinical and forensic consultation and long term treatment. He was previously a neurotoxicologist with NASA and has taught at numerous universities throughout the United States. Dr Espy is also a long standing member of the American Academy of Psychotherapists, the American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work and northwestern United States group moderator for the International Neuropsychoanalysis Society.

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